Class of 1994
After graduating from Arbor, Miranda attended The Paideia School. She graduated from Carelton College in 2004 with a degree in neuroscience. While at Carleton, she won the Callahan Award for best Ultimate Frisbee player in the country. In 2007, she earned her MS from the University of Washington. After grad school she lived in Shanghai where she taught, played and coached Ultimate Frisbee. She was a member of the gold medal-winning US national Ultimate Frisbee teams as both athlete and coach. Miranda currently works at The Paideia School where she teaches biology and coaches the girls’ varsity Ultimate Frisbee team. This summer she’ll be representing China at the World Ultimate Frisbee Championships. This marks the fourth country she has competed for at the World Championship (USA, guest player with Colombia, coached Team Israel and now guest player with China).